Plastic Surgery for Trauma
The Essential Survival Guide
- Available for pre-order. Item will ship after January 3, 2022
Covers the immediate assessment and management of common plastic and reconstructive surgery emergencies and referrals. A companion for junior doctors starting within plastic surgery, the Plastic Surgery for \Trauma provides succinct and clear presentation together with up to date guidelines on the common plastic surgery emergencies. With clear descriptions of difficult trauma scenarios, illustrated with numerous figures, and updated guidelines for each step of practice, this book will ensure that the reader can access all the information required to help gain confidence and experience .Be the readers passing through a plastic surgery rotation on their way to some other career goal or beginning within plastic surgery and keen to make a strong start with a view to progressing in the speciality, this book provides the support to allow rational and confident clinical decision making from the start. Essential reading for all non-specialists and trainees.
Table of Contents
Introduction to plastic surgery 1. Hand assessment 2. Local anaesthetic blocks 3. Hand infections 4. Hand trauma soft tissue 5. Hand trauma fractures and dislocations 6. Hand & upper limb emergencies 7. Necrotising fasciitis 8. Lower limb trauma 9. Burns 10. Facial injuries 11. Free flaps 12. Career development
Dorian Hobday is a Specialist Registrar at the Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Royal London Hospital.
Ted Welman is a Specialist Registrar at the Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Royal London Hospital.
Maxim D. Horwitz, MBChB FRCS (Orth) DipHandSurg is a Consultant Hand Surgeon at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer at Imperial College London, UK.
Gurjinderpal Singh Pahal is a Lead Clinician at the Department of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Barts and The London NHS Trust.